Beginner saxophone lessons through video tutorials.

Learn more about Sarah’s Online Saxophone Courses and why you should train with Sarah

Sarah Saxophone has created a series of online courses that take you step by step through the foundations of playing the saxophone. Each course is made up a series of 10 – 15 video tutorials lasting between 2 – 4 minutes each. These videos will walk you through every step of the way, whether you are learning the saxophone for the first time or looking to progress your technique and learn to play the famous sax solo, Baker Street. It is recommended you complete Sarah’s foundations course even if you have been playing the saxophone for a while. The foundations is something that even at as a professional saxophonist is practised everyday. The information Sarah shares with you is that of which she obtained from studying her Bachelors of Music at one of the most prestigious Music Colleges in the world, Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Whilst studying at Guildhall School of Music and Drama Sarah trained with John Harle, Simon Harem, Christian Foreshaw and Rob Buckland from the Apollo Saxophone Quartet. Sarah gets you playing like a pro right from your foundations in learning to play the saxophone. Follow her on Instagram and tag her in your progress @sarahlouiseings.

Why study with Sarah?

Sarah has had a breadth of experience performing as a professional saxophonist from recitals at the Purcell Rooms, Queen Elizabeth Hall London, TV performances; including TFI Friday comeback where she arranged the music for the saxophone section, producing and performing in shows for the Underbelly Festival London, to tours with Yamaha and Classic FM. Sarah has headlined worldwide, shared stages with Peter Andre, Katherine Jenkins and Lionel Richie, toured with Jonathan Antoine and performed Pop sax with DJs across Europe. She has a wide knowledge of her instrument across multiple genres which she will share with you from her experience and career as a professional saxophonist. Sharing tips from the pros learnt from some of the most prestigious saxophonists in the world.

Who are Sarah’s Online Saxophone Courses suited to?

Whether you are a beginner or intermediate level we highly recommend doing Sarah’s foundations course. Once you have mastered this you can move on to the more advanced techniques covered in ‘Learn to Play Baker Street’. Sarah will be releasing advanced level saxophone technique soon, including a course on how to improvise with a DJ which will help any sax player on the career path of advancing their career and starting out in the world of gigging as a musician.

Choose between her range of unique courses depending on your ability with the ability to book 1 – 2 – 1 Masterclass with Sarah online. Online saxophone courses currently available are listed below.

Guided Learning

Each online saxophone course is made up of 10 – 15 tutorial videos each lasting 2 – 3 minutes long, for easy to access learning anywhere.

We look at in detail everything you need to know about playing the saxophone. From guided practise tutorials to the advanced techniques of learning to play Baker Street. You do not need to be able to read music on these courses, Sarah demonstrates on the Alto Saxophone but are suitable for all instruments. Sarah recommends the alto saxophone for learning.

Online Support

Gold Membership gives you access to Sarah’s online learning support. Tag her in your posts or direct message @sarahlouiseings on Instagram and she will assist you with any questions or difficulties you are experiencing. For those of you wanting fast track your progress add the 1 2 1 online lessons to your package for extra support and guidance.

Put the work in, follow the tutorials and you will see huge progress, fast.

Sarah says, ‘It is important you establish good technique, you must build on good foundations. It is so hard to unlearn poor technique…. People tell me about their online learning experiences from youtube. I am sure there are some good tutors on youtube but it is minefield, you cannot guarantee that the advice being shared is qualified.’ In these courses I have carefully planned out every step for you as if I was teaching 1 – 2 – 1, I look at the problems you may be encountering, how to overcome then and what to practise.’